Another round of showers and storms plagued parts of the region today as the pesky upper level low over the Ohio Valley continued the stormy pattern along the East Coast. Finally, that low is going to weaken an move north, allowing drier air to filter into the water logged region. Tonight, after a few evening showers, skies will be mostly clear with lows in the upper 50s and low 60s.
Saturday will be a nice change from the last 5 days with mostly sunny skies and highs in the upper 70s and low 80s. Humidity levels will be dropping, so it should feel pretty good! Sunday will be just as nice.
The dry and slightly warmer than normal weather will continue into the middle of next week.
Hurricane Matthew is churning in the Caribbean Sea and expected to take a turn to the north. Matthew is now a category 4 hurricane with 140 mph winds. Matthew could be a devastating storm for Jamaica and parts of Cuba by early next week. Some models have this storm off the North Carolina coast by mid or late week. So far, most of the models have it staying offshore and then moving out to sea. Until it's north of our latitude, we'll be watching very closely!
Have a great weekend!